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Happy 150th CANADA!

#mycanadamymetro

As a company with strong local roots, Metro is proud to be part of Canada's 150th anniversary celebrations. Visit us each week as we showcase a new Canadian favourite!


Celebrating Canada 150thmy Canadian favourites

As the weather starts to warm up, it’s time to set up the BBQ and share your favourite dishes with friends.

Happy 150thanniversary from Metro!

my homegrown tour

METRO'S HOMEGROWN TOUR

We're coming to a city near you. Join us as we celebrate Canadian food and music.


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OUR FAVOURITES!

The best celebrations in life always include food and music. Listen here for the playlists inspired by our Metro Homegrown Tour and for even more Canada 150th inspired compilations visit us on Spotify at Metro Ontario

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From August 24th to 30th

 
Les biscuits

Cookies

Blended into milkshakes, fashioned into ice cream sandwiches, crumbled atop a parfait or sundae… With a little bit of creativity, cookies prove to be not only extremely versatile but the ultimate summertime treat.

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Crumbled cookies + melted butter=a delicious, zero-fuss pie crust

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MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From August 17th to 23rd

 
Marshmallow

Marshmallows

Cottage country and roasted marshmallows are a match made in summertime heaven. Whether you like yours burnt to a crisp, barely golden or somewhere in-between, gathering around a campfire to enjoy great company, tall tales and molten sweet treats is a Canadian tradition to savour.

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Marshmallow + banana + chocolate=decadent campfire dessert

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From August 10th to 16th

 
la patates

Potatoes

There are as many potato salad recipes in Canada as there are opinions about the hotly debated dish. Vinegar or mayonnaise based? Peeled or unpeeled spuds? Onions or chives? No matter where your loyalty lies, there’s no denying the fact that every picnic and barbecue needs some version of the beloved side—and that a splash of maple syrup makes anything better.

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Pro Tip: Leftover potato salad can be roasted to golden perfection.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From August 3rd to August 10th

 
les épices

Mushrooms

Never underestimate the power of mushrooms. Braised, sautéed or even raw, they bring rich umami to the table with minimal effort. Even better? Many varieties, including white button, cremini and portobello, are grown right here in Ontario.

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THE 5 AT 5 WITH JESSICA MULRONEY: ONTARIO MUSHROOMS


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For a Mexican twist, slather with mayo, cotijo cheese and chile powder.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From July 27th to August 2nd

 
Corn

Corn

Crisp, sweet and drenched in butter, corn on the cob is the ultimate meal to tick off your summertime eats bucket list. Locally grown corn is only available in the summer, so tuck in as often as possible before it disappears!

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The 5 at 5 with Jessica Mulroney: Ontario Corn

Busy working mom, Jessica Mulroney cooks up quick & easy, five-ingredient recipes featuring Canadian favourite foods that only take five minutes to prep at 5 p.m.

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For a Mexican twist, slather with mayo, cotijo cheese and chile powder.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From July 20th to 26th

 
les épices

Sausage

With a juicy filling and delicious taste, it’s no wonder why Canadians love sausages. No outdoor cookout is complete without a dozen of these classic outdoor favourites sizzling away on the grill.

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Add spicy mayo, cilantro, and sliced jalapenos for a banh mi inspired sausage.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From July 13th to 19th

 
Spices

Spices

Use spices to boost all your summer meals with a dash of international flair. From Jamaican jerk to Indian flavours, your dinner plate is the perfect place to explore and honour Canada’s tradition of multiculturalism.

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Spices add delicious flavour to dishes with zero salt, fat or sugar.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
From July 6th to 12th

 
Bac à fruits

Fruit Tray

Summer is here and fruit season is in full swing! Punctuate all your warm-weather gatherings with a sweet note by serving a refreshing fruit platter. The best part? Leave the prep work to us and score extra time enjoying the company of friends and family.

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Chocolate-, caramel- or yogourt-based dips take fresh fruit to decadent territory.

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
June 29th to July 5th

 
Ontario Pickerel

Ontario Pickerel

Our lakes and rivers are teeming with fresh bounty, including tasty and versatile pickerel. Enjoyed grilled on the river bank for the ultimate shore lunch or prepared en papillote on the BBQ with grilled vegetables, this mild fish is one of Ontario’s best catches.

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The 5 at 5 with Jessica Mulroney: Ontario Pickerel

For the third installment of the 5 at 5 video series, Jessica Mulroney prepares a delicious, five-ingredient dish, featuring Ontario Pickerel, with Chef Mike Ward.

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Homemade fish sticks are ideal for kids and easy to prepare!

MY WEEKLY FAVOURITE
June 22nd to 28th

 
Feta

Pork Shanks

Enjoy the start of summer with succulent pork shanks for a delicious fall-off-the-bone meat. The secret? Grill them low and slow—no shortcuts here!

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Once cooked, pork shanks will fall of the bone, so plate carefully or shred and serve like pulled pork.

The 5 at 5 with Jessica Mulroney: Panzanella Bread Salad

For the second installment of the 5 at 5 video series, Jessica Mulroney prepares a quick & easy, five-ingredient Panzanella Front Street Bakery Bread Salad with Canadian interior designer and lifestyle expert, Janette Ewen.

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